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What’s something that every software engineer should try? #developer #webdeveloper #webdev #coder #womenintech #career #careeradvice
Software engineers are makers by nature but they tend to lose this creative side as they begin their corporate careers, be it at startups or fortune 500 companies. Some say you can’t have everything in life — you can’t be an employee and an entrepreneur.
But I challenge that, and I say, you can have you cake and eat it too. Just because you’re working for someone doesn’t mean you hand over your creativity. There are many ways to create as a developer, aside from your full-time job as an employee.
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🚀10 CSS Code you will always need👇
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#100DaysOfCode #DEVCommunity #webdeveloper
🖌️1. CSS Reset

When we create a fresh project browser assign some default style to the elements
And before moving further it is our duty to Reset or Clear all the CSS before beginning the work

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🖌️2. Html Style

The very first tag to start loading with properties is HTML tag
We add multiple default properties throughout the page like scroll-behavior,background-color,color, etc.

2/10
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How much CSS is Enough before Moving to Javascript?⚡️
With an approach plan👇
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#100DaysOfCode #DEVCommunity #webdeveloper
♦️1. Basic CSS Intoduction

When you Just started CSS after HTML
it is necessary for you to know the basics of CSS

Topic like,
→ Basic Syntax
→ Selectors(ID and Class)
→ Colors
→ Fonts
→ Margin
→ Padding
→ Box model
→ Display
→ Images & Icons

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♦️2. Middle Level CSS

After finishing Basic CSS and getting introduced to THE CSS you move to a slight time demanding topics

Topics like,
→ List & Tables
→ Position
→ Overflow & Z-Index
→ Forms
→ CSS Units
→ !important
→ Psedudo Class and Elements

2/9
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👓 Hice review de 11 currículos de #WebDeveloper Junior y encontré 10 cosas que todos pueden mejorar.

❤️ Ayudame con el RT para llegar a toda la comunidad.

THREAD 👇🏽
⚠️ Quiero dejar claro que desde mi punto de vista un programador sin experiencia difícilmente consiga trabajo SOLO con su currículo.

✅ Los consejos que voy a dar son para hacer tu perfil junior más atractivo y sobresaliente para posibles empleadores.

👇🏽 Empecemos...
💼 Necesitas un portafolio

Al no contar con experiencia esta es la mejor manera de demostrar tus capacidades.

Te dejo un post que escribí sobre como crear uno sin experiencia:

fmontes.com/es/blog/how-to…
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CROONICLE: Freelance Web Developer Guide on Web Development croonicle.com/2021/10/web-de… #webdeveloper
CROONICLE: Video Marketing the Rising Popularity croonicle.com/2021/10/video-… #VideoMarketing
CROONICLE: Promo Video for Business croonicle.com/2021/10/sales-… #VideoMarketing
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CROONICLE: Flights to Brazil How to Get to Brazil croonicle.com/2022/02/flight… #brazil #cheapflights
CROONICLE: Guide on Basston Dog Breed croonicle.com/2022/02/guide-… #doggos #breed
CROONICLE: Ultimate Guide on the Baglehound croonicle.com/2022/02/ultima… #baglehound
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10 design tools every developer and designer must have✨

Save 10+ hours on research

Part 8️⃣🎉

A thread 🧵👇

#design #designer #developer #frontend #webdev #webdeveloper #coding
1️⃣ DB Designer

Design your database for free online

app.dbdesigner.net
2️⃣ UI Bakery

Create full-fledged web apps visually

uibakery.io
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🎯Objects in JavaScripts
#programming #webdeveloper #javascript #100DaysOfCode
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In simple words objects is the collection of name-value pairs. Objects is JavaScript are same as dictionaries in Python , hashtable in c and c++ and hashmap in Java.
The "name" part is a JavaScript string, while the value can be any JavaScript value
There are two ways of creating the object
1 - using object literal (more convenient)
2 - using new keyword
👇
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CROONICLE: A Comprehensive Guide to Local SEO croonicle.com/2021/12/a-comp… #localseo
CROONICLE: Digital Marketing Specialist vs. Traditional Marke... croonicle.com/2022/01/digita… #onlinemarketing
CROONICLE: SMM Strategy Used by the Social Media Agency croonicle.com/2022/01/smm-st… #socialmediamarketing #socialmediastrategy
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MY THREADS OF THE YEAR.
Wrapping up my 2021 with the best threads. I join tech twitter just 2 months ago and these major threads have helped shape me.

They may not be the best of the best but to me, these people and their amazing threads are the real MVP of my development
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💥 2 months ago I had no idea about web development.
I was depressed trying to figure my life out until I chanced upon this thread.
Although I'm into front-end this is the first thread I read on tech twitter and things haven't been the same.

💥This amazing thread from @VladPasca5 is my ultimate roadmap to a career in web dev.

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What is GitHub Actions?

A Thread 🧵👇
#webdeveloper #webdevelopment #DEVCommunity #Programming
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@github Actions is a platform that allows you to automate your build, test, and deployment pipeline.

👉 Create workflows that build and test every pull request to your repository
👉 Create workflows that deploy merged pull requests to production.
3/5
They are popular for integrating CI/CD but it's much more than that. It brings continuous integration (CI) directly to the GitHub flow with templates built by developers for developers.
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The fundamental problem of #web #development:

Turning trees into tables and back

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It may seem simple as you may have some data in tables (hello, MySQL) and you want them on a web page (hi, <table>). But you start joining data from other tables and you end up displaying a tree in a table. How? You never know how to do it until you try to use that. UX!

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But if you have tree-data, tree-database (hello, Mongo), and tree components on website, you still need tables to present the data of similar structure. It's all 2D and are brains are trained to get information presented as combination of 2 axes. Hello, tables!

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• Do you want to check your code quickly or share it with a friend? That's what code playgrounds are for 🔥

A thread about the best code playgrounds 🧵👇

#frontenddev #programming #100DaysOfCode #javascript #Software #coding #webdeveloper
01- Play Code.

playcode.io
02- Jsfiddle.

jsfiddle.net
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"I want to make a side-income on Fiverr."
"I'm not getting my first gig."
"I don't know how to make a gig."

I got these DMs in the past few days. This thread will solve all your doubts 👇

How to earn money on @fiverr as a #webdeveloper

MEGA THREAD 🧵

#freelancing
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1️⃣ OVERVIEW
Gig Title: Fiverr allows a word limit of 80 characters in the gig title, which in my opinion is very great as it helps to be precise and relevant.

💡 Tip: Try to write a title with a max of 48-50 words. It makes a great difference.

{2 / 15}
SEO title (very imp): This is one of the most crucial steps. It's right there below the gig title. SEO title helps in ranking. Example 👇

Gig Title: I will design an awesome website or landing page.
SEO title: design-landing-page-website

{3 / 15}
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Here are a collection of excerpts from my articles for software developers and engineers to help you in your tech career. Read all the articles in full at eisabainyo.net/weblog/2021/07… or check out the 🧵 for some key takeaways.

#developer #webdeveloper #webdev #coder #womenintech
1. Always be learning

Tutorials fatigue — it’s real. If you think you’re learning something by going through endless books, videos and tutorials then you’re simply wasting your time. Pick a few options, be it books, videos or any other format and stick with them.
Chances are what you learn in a video will be very similar to another tutorial that you’re reading on the same topic. To give you another example, I did a quick search on Amazon about React Javascript framework and there were about 700 books on the topic.
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An interesting summary of an interview with Yukihiro Matsumoto, the creator of #Ruby programming language about ‘What’s a Perfect Programming Language ‘

🧵 A Thread for 🧵

#CodeNewbies #100DaysOfCode
(Yukihiro Matsumoto):

Language designers want to design the perfect language. They want to be able to say, "My language is perfect. It can do everything."

But it's just plain impossible to design a perfect language, Why ?
Because, there are two ways to look at a language.

One way is by looking at what can be done with that language.

The other is by looking at how we feel using that language—how we feel while programming.
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💡CSS - Attribute Selectors you probably don't know about.

A thread...

#webdevelopment #webdesign #webdeveloper #html #website #coding #programming #css #javascript #development
1. Select element(s) having attribute of name ‘attr’. No matter what the value is.
👉 [attr]
Try it on Codepen: codepen.io/junaidshaikh_j…

#webdevelopment #webdesign #webdeveloper #html #website #coding #programming #css #javascript #development Image
2. Select element(s) having the attribute of name ‘attr’ whose value is having an exact match to ‘value’
👉 [attr = value]
Try it on Codepen: codepen.io/junaidshaikh_j…

#webdevelopment #webdesign #webdeveloper #html #website #coding #programming #css #javascript #development Image
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50 Great Websites For Web Developers -

🧵 BIG THREAD 🧵👇

#100DaysOfCode #webdeveloper #webdevelopment #Coding #WomenWhoCode #javascript #css3
1. Hidden Tools -
hiddentools.dev

2. Music For Programming -
musicforprogramming.net

3. Programming Language Convertor -
ide.onelang.io

4. HTTP Cat -
http.cat

5. Iconscout -
iconscout.com
6. CSS Zen Garden -
csszengarden.com

7. A List Apart -
alistapart.com

8. Code Project -
codeproject.com

9. Scotch -
scotch.io

10. TutsPlus -
tutsplus.com
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Hay 5 herramientas que yo uso en todos mis proyectos #web.

1. Iconfinder
2. Un generador de #css gradientes
3. Descargar y usar Google Fonts como Web Fonts
4. Y un lorem ipsum para imágenes
5. La mejor documentación

Acá el thread 🧵

#codenewbie #100daysofcode #webdeveloper
Para descargar iconos uso iconfinder.com puedes descargarte los iconos en #svg o png hasta 512px y hay muchos iconos gratuitos de calidad. 1/5
Nunca me he aprendido la sintaxis de #css gradients asi que esta herramienta me permite generar el código con una interfaz bien bonita: cssgradient.io 2/5
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Welcome to 2021.
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Whoever is planning to learn #software development in this year, You need to look at these #programming languages.

1. #JavaScript (web)
2. #Python3 (ML, AI, Data Sci)
3. #Java
4. #kotlin (Mobile)
5. #golang (engineering)

#DEVCommunity #CodeNewbies

why👇
Why to learn #JavaScript?
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Web development is one of the most famous and selling factions of software development and to break through it, you would need to learn JavaScript at all costs.
#websites #webdesigner #webdeveloper #webdevelopers
Why to learn #Python ?
Data Science, #MachineLeraning , #BigData , #ArtificialIntelligence , #DeepLearning , and automation are one of the most trending and highly paying fields.

Now if you are looking for a language that will get you sorted in either of the fields, it's Python.
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I'm publicly committing to the 100DaysOfCode Challenge starting today! ⏳

Learn More and Join me! ✨

A long thread ahead for everything I'll going to do in the next 100 days 🧵

#100DaysOfCode #webdeveloper #RubyOnRails #javascript #opensource #hacktoberfest
Day1⃣ of #100DaysOfCode 🌟

✨ Started learning @GoHugoIO from past2⃣weeks and get my hands on #TwitterCards.
✨ Have learned how twitter shows different twitter cards layout from frontmatter we added in each blogpost.
✨ Specified twitter card in frontmatter in sample post ❄️
Day2⃣&3⃣ if #100DaysOfCode 🌟

➡️ Solve multiple Query problem in my current #RubyOnRails #Mongodb project
➡️ Reduced from 500 db queries to < 100 🎯
➡️ Contributed to my personal blog, made using @GoHugoIO
➡️ Moved all assets to Dropbox, so that page load faster 🧬

#CodeNewbie
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Web Designer v/s Web Developer

Today I found somewhere discussion about it so here is the detail Thread 🧵

#100DaysOfCode #webdeveloper #Webdesigner #javascript #CodeNewbies #programming #programmer #amazing #design
Web designers are responsible for the web visual design, he must have great sense of aesthetics & have ability to make website look beautiful. What’s more, they are using web design tools like Photoshop, Coreldraw, Frontpage, Dreamweaver to make the website stand out of the crowd
Responsible for overall performance style positioning of the website and to provide an overall visual perception of users

Responsible for prototyping design

Carry out graphic design of product catalog & various activities of advertising design

Assist developers in page design
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Let’s end the debate once and for all:

Pick your favorite back end language.🧑🏾‍💻

#100DaysOfCode #BlackTechTwitter #webdeveloper #javascript #java #programming #tech #CodeNewbies
(inspired by @lepaleshadow last poll)
welp... ive been humbled n rudely awakened this mornin lol😅

java MAY have to relinquish the title

we still have a few hrs to settle it but

theres a new language in town. it's going by the name of

(dramatic pause)

--------> *OTHER!?* <-------- aka C#

but its not over yet
btw sorry to the C# ppls.. im really learning supm today yall do still represent heavy

but u guys responded by blowing up the comments, like:
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I have built web projects when I was learning along the way on my own. Surfing the internet for simple project ideas is not easy.

Here are easy projects to help you improve your web Skills

Thread on building your own Web Projects while learning
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#CodeNewbie #100DaysOfCode
1. Change Background Colour Project :

Input -To create a background color changing application, You are to create an array of different colors and then proceed in adding a “Click” event listener to the button.

Output- the background color will change once the button is clicked
2. Counter Project :

Input -This project is all about clicking on a possible one of two buttons which recorded the count of the on-page element

Button 1- Count Start(upward)
Button 2-Count Stop

Output- Count will start after clicking & Stopped when clicking on the stop button
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